The Evolving Scholar - BMD 2023, 5th Edition
Delft, The Netherlands
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The Bicycle and Motorcycle Dynamics (BMD) Conference is held every three years. The first conference was held in Delft, The Netherlands in 2010. The aim of this symposium is to bring together leading scientists and researchers in the field of bicycle and motorcycle dynamics and control, in a broad sense. Topics include but are not limited to: single track vehicles (e.g. bicycles, motorcycles, scooters), narrow track and tilting vehicles, unicycles, dicycles (e.g. Segways and hoverboards), modeling, kinematics and dynamics, control, human control, rider properties, handling qualities, tires, experiments, aerodynamics, simulators, nonholonomic dynamics, robot riders, path following. For an open sharing of information, the meeting is organized to provide as much interaction between participants as possible. The format is informal and fluid, with a single track of presentations and extensive time scheduled for interaction, and the forming and sharing of ideas. In addition, there will be room for poster presentations.

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Jason Moore Delft University of Technology
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Andrew Dressel TU Delft, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
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Christoph M. Schmidt Delft University of Technology, Department of BioMechanical Engineering
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Nicoleta Nastase Delft University of Technology
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Frederique Belliard Delft University of Technology
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